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Discourses upon Solomon's Song


T. Chapman, H. Trapp, J. Priddon 1789

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Originally preached to his congregation at St. Dunstan’s Church in London, William Romaine offers 12 sermons, revised and expanded, on the Song of Songs.

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Key Features

  • Illustrates the Song of Solomon with examples from other portions of the Bible
  • Offers 12 sermons revised and expanded that breathe new and fresh insight into the Song of Songs
  • Examines the original Hebrew and what effect that has on current understanding of the text

Praise for the Print Edition

They do not summarize the book, nor form a commentary, but are simply a selection of spiritual discourses by one of the most eminent Calvinistic divines of the last century.

Charles Spurgeon, pastor, founder, Pastor’s College (Spurgeon’s College), London

Product Details

  • Title: Discourses upon Solomon’s Song
  • Author: W. Romaine
  • Publisher: T. Chapman
  • Publication Date: 1789
  • Pages: 376

About William Romaine

William Romaine (1714–1795) was educated at Oxford University and became a priest in 1738. Romaine served as a preacher at St. Dunstans, then as rector of St. Annes, Blackfriars. Romaine was also appointed professor of astronomy at Greshem College, London. He is the author of numerous works, including Treatises upon the Life, Walk, and Triumph of Faith; The Self-existence of Jesus Christ; and Living by Faith in Christ.

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